Fully Furnished Student Housing – A Hidden Gem in the Heart of New York City

Not every individual is a fan of staying in campus dorms. Whether you are a freshman, sophomore, senior or graduate student, Heritage Apartments @ 35 East 7th Street offers a comfortable and convenient place to stay if you are seeking off-campus housing solutions.

Located in the vibrant East Village neighborhood, Heritage Apartments @ 35 East 7th Street offers a unique blend of historic charm and modern amenities that make for a truly unforgettable stay.

The Neighborhood.

East Village is one of New York City’s most lively neighborhood. It is is known for its vibrant nightlife, old-school bars, music venues, and performance spaces. Staying in Heritage Apartments @ 35 East 7th Street also means that you will be surrounded by restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, making it an ideal location for those who want to experience the local F&B scene.

The apartment is located a stone’s throw away from the popular St. Mark’s Place – a street that is famous for its eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and nightlife. St. Mark’s Place has been a hub for counterculture and punk rock since the 1970s, and it remains a popular destination for those seeking a taste of New York City’s underground scene.

The Heritage Collection Experience.

One of the highlights of staying at Heritage Apartments @ 35 East 7th Street is the unique heritage experience it offers. Although the apartment has been around since the 1900s, it is now refurbished and retrofitted with modern amenities suitable for urban living. Our signature features include:

Flexible Lease Terms: Don’t worry about committing to a full 12-months. Regardless of your academic year, semester or type of programme, we welcome all students!

Fully Furnished: You don’t have to source to furniture rentals during your stay with us. All units are move-in ready, all you have to do is bring your clothes.

Complimentary Monthly Housekeeping: Leave the cleaning to us and all you have to do is focus on what’s important. Our monthly rates are inclusive of complimentary monthly housekeeping.

Personal Property Managers: Each building has a Property Manager who goes above and beyond to ensure a memorable stay for their tenants. From personalized recommendations on local attractions and dining options to attentive service that caters to the tenants’ needs, the warm and friendly hospitality adds an extra layer of charm to the stay.

The Apartments.

Heritage Apartments @ 35 East 7th Street offers a range of thoughtfully designed apartments that cater to students with differing budgets. Whether you’re here in the city alone or with a roommate, you’ll find an apartment that suits your needs. Choose from either a full Two Bedroom Apartment, a Studio Apartment, or a Co-Living Private Room – each unit is tastefully decorated with a blend of modern furnishings, creating a cozy yet chic ambiance.

Each well-appointed apartment is fully equipped with modern furnishings and all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay: kitchenette, bed, study desk, flat screen TV, air conditioning (and heating for cold Winter days), and complimentary Wi-Fi. Complimentary laundry facilities are also found in-building, saving you time and a trip to the laundromat.

Selected units are refurbished with a fresh new look, providing our students with a fun, modern design.

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Follow the buzz of this eclectic neighborhood

East Village was commonly associated with counterculture, art and the punk movement in the 70s. This very association gave rise to American punk rock, and also became humble abodes of bohemian filmmakers and artists. Some of the more prominent figures that you may be familiar with are Madonna, Lou Reed, and Andy Warhol.

“The more you look at the same exact thing, the more the meaning goes away, and the better and emptier you feel.” – Andy Warhol. | Photo courtesy of MoMA.

The neighborhood has undergone multiple changes and redevelopment over the years. Despite so, prominent historical buildings in the neighborhood were not not compromised, and were instead designated as individual landmarks – thanks to local community groups like the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.

An interesting fact about East Village is that this eclectic neighborhood used to be a farm owned by then Dutch Governor, Peter Stuyvesant. The area we now know as St. Marks Place was once the center of a 19th century outpost known as Bowery Village.

This illustration shows Union Square, where the Bowery (now 4th Avenue) & Broadway meet. | Photo courtesy of Ephemeral New York.

The village used to be a struggling farming community, sparsely settled with only a few houses, blacksmith, wagon shop and stands, general store, tavern and a church. A piece of the 18th century still stands strong in East Village today – the St. Mark’s Church.

You can still find the church in its original location on 2nd Avenue and 10th Street. The church was consecrated in 1799. | Photo courtesy of NYC-ARTS.

What makes East Village a unique neighborhood is its capacity to continue holding diverse cultures through these changes. Today, one can find plenty of dining and lifestyle options, as well as community gardens in the district.

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